Writer comes full circle and returns to RPG studio to work on Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Drew Karpyshyn, the writer who worked on titles such as Mass Effect and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, has returned to BioWare after leaving the studio to work on his own projects. Writing on his personal blog Karpyshyn explained:
"For those who don't know, I spent over a decade with BioWare working on many award winning and fan-beloved games like Mass Effect 1&2, Knights of the Old Republic and the Star Wars: The Old Republic Online MMO. A few years ago I left BioWare to focus on my Chaos Born novels, but now that the trilogy is finished, I've decided to come back into the fold. But for those of you who love my novels, don't worry - I'll still be writing more of those, too!
Working at BioWare was a challenging but very rewarding job, and it's good to be back as part of the team. The thing I missed most about BioWare was the amazing people I got to work with, and luckily for me many of them are still there! I suspect a lot of folks are going to wonder if this means BioWare is about to announce a new project tied to my return. The short answer: no. I originally came to the Austin studio many years ago to work on SWTOR and - at least for now - that's what I'm focusing on again."